Speculation coming out of Argentina is suggesting that Marcelo Bielsa will reject the opportunity to become the new Inter boss.
The Nerazzurri are looking for a Coach as present tactician Leonardo is edging towards a sporting director role at Paris SG.
Bielsa, who took charge of Chile at the 2010 World Cup, has been contacted by the Nerazzurri and it is thought that he is their preferred choice should Leo leave.
However, it is being claimed that he isn't overly keen on moving to the Italian game. Should Bielsa's snub be confirmed, Inter will have to look elsewhere.
Porto boss André Villas Boas is being named as a possible target, as is Claudio Ranieri following his Roma departure in February.
England boss Fabio Capello, who Inter chief Massimo Moratti has courted in the past, is being paired too.
There are a couple of new entries to consider also in the form of Delio Rossi and former Inter defender Sinisa Mihajlovic.
Rossi is available after he left Palermo, while Mihajlovic has just completed his first campaign on the Fiorentina bench.
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